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Q about some web2.0s no follow links?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by aarongoldsten, Aug 24, 2015.

  1. aarongoldsten

    aarongoldsten Junior Member

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    I make some social accounts and web2.0s where the website is not clickable.

    example is buzzfeed. I have website url in 'about section' but it's not clickable (unlike lets say twitter)

    question is does this help with rankings? a link people can click to money site passes link juice through so thats good... but if you can't click on the link is it worth creating those accounts / do those accounts do anything / help with rankings?

    ty
     
  2. teckkitech

    teckkitech Registered Member

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    curious about this..
     
  3. diesel1

    diesel1 Senior Member

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    My personal opinion is that non clickable links (raw URL?s) helps with brand building

    It?s G00gle safe and very few webmasters will see it as spam

    You shouldn?t do it if you require/expect short term ranking improvements but if you?re a genuine business then it should help you over the long term; especially if it?s also a brand for offline outlets
     
  4. aarongoldsten

    aarongoldsten Junior Member

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    i just want rank a website though. Does it do anything as far as helping with rank? or i should just stick with clickable links in these properties for the linkjuice?
     
  5. onlineonly

    onlineonly Power Member

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    It wont help you rank, unfortunatly.
     
  6. Ambitious12

    Ambitious12 Elite Member

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    IMO Clickable links is but obvious to get traffic and branding,non-clickables are just like content so no benefits by using that.
     
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    asap1 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP

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    Non clickable = useless

    nofollow = useless

    Google made do follow and nofollow for a reason, dont fall for the "nofollow links build/pass authority crap"
     
  8. aarongoldsten

    aarongoldsten Junior Member

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    ty for help.
    let me ask - where can i go to see which social and web2.0s are do / no follow
    I been googling it and trying to figure out how to see if links from certain social and 2.0s are do / no follow.

    ty
     
  9. virtualbyron

    virtualbyron Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I have already seen serp movement for naked URL without any link on web 2, and big serp movement for no follow link, and have this link add diversification, google like that!
     
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  10. Kavinesh

    Kavinesh Regular Member

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    If you can't click then it is not a link.
     
  11. onlineonly

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    To check if a certain platform uses do-follow or no-follow just right click and check page source to see if outgoing links are rel="nofollow" or rel="********".
     
  12. CreativeLinks

    CreativeLinks Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Buddy, it is not a nofollow link, its just a text with your domain name, it will not help you
     
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